Resources

 
JITP / Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice 

 

The Journal of Invitational Theory and Practice (JITP) promotes the study, application, and research of invitational theory. It is an online peer-reviewed scholarly publication presenting articles to advance invitational learning and living and the foundations that support this theory of practice, particularly self-concept theory and perceptual psychology. 

 

The International Alliance for Invitational Education wishes to express appreciation to the Faculty of Education and  James A. Gibson Library of Brock University  for serving as the official host of the JITP Archives, making them freely available to researchers, leaders, and educators worldwide.

 

Brock University is pleased to be chosen to be the host of JITP Archives by IAIE.

Articles 

 

Enjoy a wide variety of introductory articles about Invitational Education. Learn how schools are using this theory of practice as a framework for creating positive, safe, and healthy schools and linking it with like-minded practices..

Books 

 

Here are some recommended books to guide you on your path of exploring and implementing Invitational Education in your school and classroom. 

Activities For Educators

 

The activities, lectures and resources below will help you create more inviting, more productive and more enjoyable environments at school, at work and at home. Developing an invitational approach involves individuals, teams and entire organizations. The beginning step is to encourage productive communication.

Research

 

The International Alliance for Invitational Education (IAIE) maintains an up-to-date, comprehensive list of annotated references developed and maintained by Dr. Jenny Edwards of Fielding Graduate University.

 

Free Invitational Schools Survey

 

Learn more about Free Invitational Schools Survey, PDF Survey for Researchers and

Paid Survey: Disaggregated Data with Report.

Videos 

 

Here are some recommended videos to guide you on your path of exploring and implementing Invitational Education in your school and classroom.